Sources including Fuji Rumors and Nikoshita have reported that Fujifilm is planning to introduce a new mid-range X-series camera. Said to be known as the Fuji X-S10, the new device may include features such as in-body image stabilisation (IBIS) and 4K video recording capability.
Both sources suggest that the X-S10 will feature a 26.1MP X-Trans 4 sensor, a fourth generation Fujifilm X-Processor, and 6-axis IBIS with up to 6-stops of shake reduction. The camera is said to also be able to record 4K/30p and 1080/240p videos, and feature 18 different film simulations. It is also believed to be a successor to the X-T30 (pictured above) which was released in February last year.
富士フイルム「X-S10」の主なスペックは、2610万画素のX-Trans CMOS 4センサー、最大6.0段分の効果があるボディ内5軸手振れ補正、X-Processor 4、4K30p動画、フルHD240pスローモーション動画、30コマ/秒の連写性能、104万ドットバリアングル液晶、18種類のフィルムシミュレーションになるらしい。#噂
— 軒下デジカメ情報局 (@nokishita_c) October 7, 2020
Neither Fuji Rumors or Nikoshita have provided any images of the alleged camera, so its actual design and size is unknown for now. However, both sources did note that the Fuji X-S10 may include a 1.04M-dot vari-angle LCD screen and a “deep grip” as part of its build.
The alleged Fujifilm X-S10 is expected to be unveiled within this month. Specifically, the aforementioned sources stated that launch will be held on 15 or 16 October 2020.